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Character and Finding Out Who You Are Many men and women go through life not knowing exactly who they are. The personality of some one is that they are. Many psychologists have attempted to specify what they envisioned character to be, and by analyzing their theories that I will attempt to learn who I'm. Carl Jung developed the concept of introverts and extroverts. Introverts are individuals who are inclined to be obsessed with the inner world of their own thought, feelings, and experiences. Extroverts are people who have a tendency to be interested in the outside world of things and people. Personally I don't believe personality can be placed into just two columns as Jung has squeezed it into. I do not feel like I am extroverted or introverted. Everything depends upon what mood and situation I'm in. The Big Five theory has a much better description of personality. It is based on five groups, openness to experience, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism. In these categories there are attributes which people have, and personality can be based through the traits of these categories. I feel as that gives a better idea of some oneвЂ™s personality because going through the classes I will tell I am creative, diligent, positive, good natured and sometimes relaxed, but also occasionally anxious. This gives a much better idea about what my character is than saying my character is somewhere in between introversion and extroversion. Sigmund Freud claims that personality.